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n.kran.kra - Escape the Future Way We Are [brico011] (May 27, 2005)

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Microtonal and granular spaces emit beams of playful tranquilizations, exploring a/tonal drony minimalism. This is a
contemplative, deep, and resonant work by the founder of the Slapart net.label, Nicolas Krapels (aka n.kra),
formally of Brooklyn, NY, but currently based out of a small village in South Carolina. A lost collection of emotional
and honest works.



This audio is part of the collection: BricoLodge
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels

Artist/Composer: n.kra
Date: 2005-05-27 05:27:00

Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs


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Recorded in 2003 by n.kra in Brooklyn, NY using a computer.

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